EnSight is proud to announce our upcoming Japanese User Group Meeting (UGM) on Friday, November 4, 2016 at the Nakano Sunplaza in Tokyo, Japan. This event is the perfect opportunity for EnSight users from all over the world to meet and discuss innovative projects, share helpful information and learn about the latest updates from EnSight. This […]
In EnSight.com’s monthly Frequently Asked Questions column, we tackle common issues that users are having each month. If you have a question for the FAQ, email firstname.lastname@example.org. These FAQ’s are meant for general information only. For more detailed support, please visit our support site here. In this edition, we’ll look at applying an image on a […]
In EnSight.com’s monthly Frequently Asked Questions column, we tackle common issues that users are having each month. If you have a question for the FAQ, email email@example.com. These FAQ’s are meant for general information only. For more detailed support, please visit our support site here. This month, we tackle temporal calculator functions as well as how […]
The development team at CEI is constantly working to fix bugs and add new features in EnSight. On average, each minor update of EnSight contains between 50 and 100 bug fixes and feature implementations. These minor updates are released every 3-4 months. Major releases of the software are avaliable every 18-24 months and include more […]
Data centers are complex structures that must be precisely controlled to operate effectively. In today’s computer-based business environment, nothing is more important than fully-functional servers operating at 99.95% availability or higher. Many businesses have chosen not to take on the full risk of storing their important data on servers in-house, and have moved their data into […]
June FAQ – Python Debugger from EnSight by CEI Software on Vimeo.
What does the U.S. Government do with its massive supercomputers? One use is to plan visionary ways of protecting the planet from extraterrestrial threats. No not UFOs, meteors. To realistically consider such mind-bogglingly ambitious concepts, the scientists and engineers turn to computer simulations backed by years of careful comparisons with tests. They perform these simulations […]
When you think of public transportation, comfort may not always be the idea that comes to mind. Everyone has a horror story of a sweltering cross-country flight or a freezing winter train commute. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software products and post processing and visualization tools like EnSight are helping shape the way engineers can optimize both efficiency and comfort. […]